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Porcari's Future Source of State House Buzz

There is growing chatter around the State House that Transportation Secretary John D. Porcari may soon be resigning to take a post in the Obama Administration.

Porcari, who is widely regarded as one of Gov. Martin O'Malley's most talented Cabinet members, declined to confirm or deny the buzz during a brief interview today, as did Rick Abbruzzese, a spokesman for O'Malley (D).

"Last week it was Tom Perez," Porcari said, referring to O'Malley's secretary of Labor, Licensing and Regulation, who is reportedly under consideration for multiple Obama administration posts. "This week, it's me. Next week it may be someone else."

Porcari was lured back to the Department of Transportation by O'Malley after serving in the same job under former governor Parris N. Glendening (D).

By John Wagner  |  March 13, 2009; 3:23 PM ET
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Comments

Campaign against raiding the transportation trust fund? Check.

Hire a Glendenning re-tred who was hiding in a $250,000 a year university system gig? Check.

Raid the transportation trust fund in the name of blaming your predecessor? Check.

Have the Washington Post's star reporter and close O'Malley staffer's friend (w/b) call your Transportation Secretary talented? Check.

Campaign on focusing on 1 Maryland and retiring your band to focus on 1 Maryland? Check.

Go off to play another band gig while Governor? Released two cds while Governor? Check.

Do the math folks.

Posted by: mdinsider | March 15, 2009 6:31 PM | Report abuse

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